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Papal Imposters

This video is the story about the present interregnum experienced by God’s Catholic people, a short history of the long-prophesied Great Apostasy we are witnessing today. In the history of the Church 260 men have become true popes.  Altogether there were an undisputed 40 men who were called false popes or antipopes. There have been 200 …

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High Fructose is Poisonous

From drhyman.com IF YOU CAN’T CONVINCE THEM, CONFUSE THEM – Harry Truman The current media debate about the benefits (or lack of harm) of high fructose corn syrup (HFCS) in our diet misses the obvious. The average American increased their consumption of HFCS (mostly from sugar sweetened drinks and processed food) from zero to over …

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Fluoride in Water is Poison

          Did You Know… Once you find out the hidden history behind fluoride, you will never intentionally ingest it again! Fluoride is commonly found in water supplies and toothpaste, but you will also find it in processed foods made with tap water. Fluoride is a toxic waste that is so poisonous that …

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Science is good but scientism isn’t

Science is good but scientism isn’t. Science looks at the cosmos objectively, indeed scientifically. Scientism doesn’t. Science, in the broadest sense of the word, derived from the Latin scientia, simply means “knowledge”. Science is good, whether we understand it in the older, broader sense of the word or the newer, narrower sense. Scientism, on the other …

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The Earth is in the center of the Universe

Novus Oro Catholic Heliocentrism Lie What if? What if there was a deception so wicked, you quit believing in the Bible? Look, here’s the truth: In the beginning God created heaven, and earth. And the earth was void and empty, and darkness was upon the face of the deep; and the spirit of God moved …

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Mary Never Sinned

Mary Never Sinned Can you imagine, a human being who never sinned? Well, to be Catholic you need to.  First, you should understand, no children under the age of reason, as the Church teaches, are guilty of sin. However, there were only two adults who NEVER committed a sin:  Jesus Christ and His mother Mary. …

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Jurisdiction is Gone

We know we have had no true pope since the death of Pope Pius XII in 1958. We know there is no papal jurisdiction in the world today from a true pope for Bishops or priests to exist. Therefore, there are no more bishops or priests, or clergymen of any kind in the world today. …

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Most are Damned

Only true stay-at-Catholics are eligible—at best–for Salvation And, few are the number of those TRUE Catholics who are saved.  None of those who are false Catholics will be saved.  Impossible. Pope Eugene IV in 1441 A.D. spoke Ex-Cathedra Dogma when he said: “The most Holy Roman Church believes, professes, and proclaims that those not living …

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Lent

Lent The Call of Lent: Prayer, Fasting, and Almsgiving ‘Give alms…Pray to your Father…Fast without a gloomy face…’ (Matthew 6:1-18) Unless you shall do penance, you shall perish.” (Luke xiii. 3) Lent is the period of time for Catholic recollection and penance in preparation for the greatest of all Church’s feasts.  The Church, made up …

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End Times are Now

The End Times are Now One of the indispensable Catholic truths today that is not well-known: The end times are now. We are living in them. Just like we are told in the prophesies in Scriptures, that public revelation that is binding on all Catholics, the end times are signified by the cessation of the …

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Marriage without Priests

Stay-at-Home Catholics can still get married Marriage and Baptism are the only two sacraments that do not require a priest. People can still marry today, even though there is no priesthood in the world. Marriage does not require the presence of a priest when no priest is available (canon 941). We are certain, there are …

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The earth is ONLY 6000 Years Old

Atheistic and Scientifically literate people tend to say the earth is about 4½ billion years old. Catholics for most of the history of the Church answered that it is little more than 6,000 years old. Why the difference? We look at the same world but come to different conclusions because our worldviews are different. How …

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